This is an image of Molly taken 2 days ago when I did not think she was going to make it. For those of you who understand the expressions of cats’ faces, you will see how unhappy she was and how badly she was feeling. Not one glimpse of her usual smiles in her eyes on this day as I struggled to get her back to stability. [Irene] requested I post a photograph of Molly in order to send her healing. Since I trust Irene explicitly, I am doing just that.
Molly’s whiskers have been breaking because the Lasix has been getting her too dry. I have been recently giving her low quantities of water with her Lasix and I have begun to see Molly stop rubbing her face vigorously, thus her whiskers are no longer breaking.
Even in distress as she is here, my Molly is just so beautiful.
Today she again has smiles in her eyes, and her eyes are much stronger as well. Irene, I opted to show this picture of Molly to show you just how sick she really is. Some of you may ask why I am prolonging this. The answer is simple. Molly still has not given me the A-OK that her time has come. And so I continue to do everything I can for her.
This post is a continuation of the post I published earlier today, called “When Life Looks Bleak”. I thank each and every one of you for your support of Molly and me. Bless you for BEing a part of my Life, and encouraging me to keep on going, until all avenues have been exhausted.
At the time of this writing, Molly is sound asleep after eating a full meal. I have every Intention of communicating with the Ayurvedic Doctor from India to explore what I can do to make sure Molly has the best quality of Life for however long she decides to be with us.
Photography/ “Molly” 2015©AmyRose